Inside Jeremy McConnell’s glamorous first birthday party for daughter Storm as he buys her French bulldog puppy Winnie

JEREMY McConnell threw the most amazing first birthday party for his daughter Storm over the weekend.

The reality star, 30, took to Instagram to give a sneak peek into the special celebrations that he and girlfriend Katie McCreath, 35, had organised for their little girl.

Storm was treated like a princess for the day as her bedroom was completely transformed into a magical space of presents, balloons and tasty cake.

The pair organised the perfect backdrop of some pink and white balloons for Storm to pose for pictures in front of.

K Lowde photography managed to get take some stunning shots of the tot so that the trio can look back on her first birthday and think about the happy times they spent together.

Jeremy and Katie also surprised their daughter with the best present a little girl could want – a puppy.

The birthday girl looked over the moon as Jeremy picked Winnie the French bulldog up from her hiding place and placed her on the floor so that they could play with each other.

Not only that, Storm was treated to a Mercedes-Benz toy car to ride around in, a cuddly dinosaur and plenty of other amazing presents.

Jeremy dedicated a post to his daughter's special day with an adorable tribute which had various snaps of her opening her gifts.

He captioned the post: "Happy 1st birthday to my beautiful daughter, No words could describe how precious you are 💕

"I can’t wait to make lots more beautiful memories 🥰🙏🏼."

Jeremy and Katie will have a hard time trying to beat Storm's first birthday celebrations when the start expanding their family.

Back in June Jeremy hinted to The Sun Online that it won't be long before Storm gets a sibling.

He told us: "A full football team would be great!

"But seriously, given our circumstances, I do think we would like to add to our family. Watch this space."

The Irish hunk continued: "I think we have been so lucky as she has just been a dream. We haven’t had any bad nights with her. She only cries if she is hungry.

"I keep saying, I can’t believe how easy it’s been, I keep saying I can’t wait for another one.

"I have just loved every second. I melt every time I look at her, given that she will grow up in the countryside I think it would be good for her to have a sibling to enjoy life and play with of a similar age."

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